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Town of Ossipee 
New Hampshire 

Reports for year 1 984 




Beginning of our third century 
as a Town from February 22, 1 785 



Bicentennial Celebration 1985 



Revised Printing 



University of New Hampshire Library 



ANNUAL REPORTS 



Town Officers 



ossn*EE 

New Hampshire 



TAX RATES 

$15.37 per $1000.00 

Unit of Government Rate 

Municipal 3.36 Center Ossipee .76 

County 1.16 West Ossipee 1.52 

School 10.85 Ossipee .92 



For the fiscal year ending 

December 31, 1984 

Vital Statistics for 1984 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Dedication 3 

Resolution 4 

Town Officers 6 

Warrant 8 

Budget 15 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 19 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 21 

Financial Report 26 

Schedule of Town Property 34 

Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 35 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 39 

Balance Sheet 42 

Management Letter 44 

Tax Collector's Report 48 

Town Clerk's Report 52 

Treasurer's Report 53 

Selectmen's Report 54 

Revenue Sharing Report 65 

Library Report 66 

Trustee of Trust Funds 69 

Selectmen's Report 73 

Police Department Report 75 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 76 

Ossipee Planning Board 77 

Ossipee Conservation Commission 79 

Dog Warden Report 80 

Community Nurse 81 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens 82 

Ossipee Water and Sewer Department 84 

Ossipee Rescue Squad 85 

Fire Warden's Report 88 

Vital Statistics 89 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 94 

Budget - Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 96 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 97 

Budget - West Ossipee Fire Precinct 99 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power Precinct 

Financial Report 100 

Budget - Ossipee Corner Light & Power 

Fire Precinct 103 



TWO HUNDRED YEARS 

We dedicate this Town Report to all the citizens of the 
Town in the last two hundred years. 

First came the need of the citizens for a governmental 
unit which gave them an opportunity to provide for collec- 
tive action to accomplish what could not be done by in- 
dividual effort. For example, the assessment of taxes for 
the building of roads and bridges became a primary need 
of the community. 

Second was the need to have representation by the use 
of convenient and accessible voting power. Town meetings 
in New Hampshire have only the powers granted to them 
by the State and therefore the framing of the laws by the 
State legislature becomes very important to the small 
communities. A great prize was their independence. 

We still want our independence as our ancestors did. 
Laws, which regulate community life to be successful, re- 
quire that each citizen give up his right to complete in- 
dependence of action, in exchange for his neighbor return- 
ing the same sacrifice and consideration to him. 

What makes a community a really worthwhile and 
satisfying place to live, beyond laws and regulations which 
are necessary, is the factor of caring for others which has 
always been a concern in any rural area. The original set- 
tlers certainly depended on this concern for survival. It is 
a concern that has not disappeared today. 

We remember with fondness the contribution of the 
men and women who are no longer with us. Each of us has 
a story of a humble or an exalted citizen whose life became 
part of the Town. The historian who attempts to record 
facts is always exposed to dispute. Those who write, or on- 
ly hold in the recesses of their mind, the lore and legend of 
Ossipee, hold the building of the past and the vision of the 
future. 



RESOLUTION 



WHEREAS, 

The Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee, in the State of 
New Hampshire, at their regular meeting on June First, in 
the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Eighty Two voted 
unanimously by resolution to support the concept of a 
Bicentennial Committee for the Year of Our Lord Nineteen 
Hundred and Eighty Five. 

WHEREAS, 

The aforementioned selectmen at this meeting 
designated the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred and 
Eighty Five, the Two Hundredth Anniversary of the Town 
of Ossipee, New Hampshire. 

WHEREAS, 

The selectmen at a regular meeting on February 
Twenty First, in the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred 
and Eighty Three, appointed a committee to organize and 
implement any and all events of the said anniversary. 

WHEREAS, 

On April Fourteen, in the Year of Our Lord Nineteen 
Hundred and Eighty Three the first meeting of the 
Bicentennial Committee was held and it was unequivocal- 
ly clear that Douglas W. Meader had the unanimous sup- 
port of the committee and was elected chairman of said 
committee. 

NOW THEREFORE, 

Be it resolved that the Bicentennial Committee has, 
through its powers proclaimed February Twenty Second 
in the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred and Eighty 
Five, the date of incorporation of the Town of Ossipee, the 
opening day of celebration of this the Two Hundredth An- 
niversary, and said celebration to continue with many 
other events during the year, and on December Twenty 
Ninth in the Year of Our Lord Nineteen Hundred and 



Eighty Five when a Silver Tea will be held to officially 
close the said Two Hundredth Anniversary. 



Chairman of Bicentennial Committee 





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TOWN OFFICERS 1984 

Selectmen 

WARREN F. WITHERELL RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

Administrative Assistant 
DOROTHY PALMER 

Moderator 

THOMAS A. TRITES 

Treasurer 
THOMAS GALANTE 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 
JOHN SANDERS 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 
JOHN E. FOGARTY, Chief 

Water & Sewer Dept. 

ROLAND STOCKBRIDGE, Supt. 

Recreation Dept. 

WALLACE NUDD, JR., Director 

Community Nurse 

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION 
OF WOLFEBORO AND VICINITY, INC. 

Forest Fire Warden 
CLARENCE E. PALMER 

Dog Warden 
MARTHA FRENCH 

Librarian 
RUBY R. PEARSON 



Library Trustees 
EILEEN LEAVITT CATHERINE D. ZIEGLER 

RUTH M. LORING 

Trustee of Trust Funds 
LAFAYETTE HARBISON LORETTA R. LYMAN 

CHARLES PINKHAM 

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Board of Health 

BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Supervisors of the Checklist 

PRISCILLA NUDD FRANCES PINKHAM 

LAURENCE BROWNELL 

Representatives to the General Court 
GERARD POWERS, JR. HOWARD SAUNDERS 

Budget Committee 
CHRISTINE POWERS, Chair 
DONNA E. SARGENT, Seer. GERALD McDUFFEE 

ISAAC BUSWELL, JR. KEITH BROWNELL 

DAVID WALSH RALPH BROWNELL 

RALPH DUBE HARRY ELDRIDGE, JR. 

WENDELL THOMPSON 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to 
vote in town affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in 
Center Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second 
Tuesday of March, next, being the 12th day of March, 1985, 
at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day to act on the 
following articles, the polls to remain open until six o'clock 
in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose a Selectman for three years, 
library trustee for three years, trustee of trust funds for 
three years, treasurer for one year, and all other officers 
and agents required by law to be elected or nominated at 
the annual meeting. 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the 
second Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in 
the afternoon to act on the following articles: 

Article 2. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 

Article 3. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to transfer tax liens and convey property ac- 
quired by the Town by tax collector's deed by public auc- 
tion (or advertised sealed bid) or in such other manner as 
determined by the Selectmen as justice may require. 

Article 4. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
Selectmen to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of 
Federal or State aid, or both, as may become available 
and to do all things necessary to carry out the purpose of 
these grants provided that such grants do not involve the 
expenditure of town funds. 



Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to elect the 
budget committee. (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate for the ensuing year the following sums of money 
for the following purposes : 

For Town Officer's Salaries $34,213.00 

For Town Officer's Expenses 76,350.00 

For Election and Registration Expenses 1 ,515.00 

For General Government Buildings 31 ,860.00 

For Planning and Zoning 4,500.00 

For Legal Expenses 10,000.00 

For Advertising and Regional Associations 405.00 

For Police Department 66,000.00 

For Fire Department 4,300.00 

For Town Maintenance 236,129.00 

For General Highway Department Expenses 35,600.00 

For Street Lighting 2,100.00 

For Highway Block Grant 64,752.00 

For Solid Waste Disposal 55,000.00 

For Health Department 29,880.00 

For Hospitals and Ambulances 30,172.00 

For Hazardous Buildings 10,000.00 

For General Assistance 8,000.00 

For Old Age Assistance 9,800.00 

For Libraries 18,000.00 

For Parks and Recreation 20,500.00 

For Patriotic Purposes 700.00 

For Conservation Commission 100.00 
For Principal of Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 86,425.00 
For Interest Expense of Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 89,131.00 
For Interest Expense of Tax 

Anticipation Notes 20,000.00 

For Municipal Water Department 28,827.00 

For Municipal Sewer Department 37,500.00 
For FICA, Retirement and 

Pension Contributions 27,000.00 



For Insurance 64,450.00 

For Unemployment Compensation 1,800.00 

(Recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $10,000.00, and authorize the 
withdrawal of $5,300.00 from the Revenue Sharing Fund 
established under the provisions of the State and Local 
Assistance Act of 1972. These funds to be held in a special 
fund to be used for the Bicentennial celebration for the 
Town of Ossipee. (Recommended by the Budget Commit- 
tee) 

Article 8. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $10,000.00 to continue the compiling of 
the History of Ossipee and to authorize the withdrawal of 
this amount from the Revenue Sharing Fund established 
under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act 
of 1972. (Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $11,000.00 for the purchase of a police 
cruiser and the exchange of equipment, and authorize the 
withdrawal of this amount from the Revenue Sharing 
Fund established under the provisions of the State and 
Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee) 

Article 10. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $63,000.00 for the purchase of a loader, 
and authorize the withdrawal of this amount from the 
Revenue Sharing Fund established under the provisions of 
the State and Local Assistance Act of 1972. (Recommended 
by the Budget Committee) 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to apply for and 
accept Federal Housing and Urban Development Block 
Grant Funds in an amount not to exceed $15,000.00. Said 
funds to be used for Downtown Feasibility Grant. (Recom- 
mended by the Budget Committee) 



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Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) for 
support of the Community Action Outreach Program. (Not 
Recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $500.00 in support of the Carroll Coun- 
ty program on Domestic Violence. (Submitted by Petition) 
(Recommended by the Budget Committee) 

Article 14. To see if the Town will authorize the Select- 
men to appoint an Historic District Commission. The com- 
mission shall consist of 5 or 7 members. Each Historic 
District Commission member shall be a resident of the 
Town of Ossipee. One commission member shall be a 
member of the Board of Selectmen and one commission 
member may be a member of the Planning Board. In 
determining each member's qualifications, the Selectmen 
shall take into consideration the appointee's demonstrated 
interest and ability to understand, appreciate and promote 
the purposes of the Historic District Commission. (Submit- 
ted by Petition) 

Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to fix the com- 
pensation of the position of Tax Collector/Town Clerk with 
a fixed amount in lieu of statutory fees commencing with 
the 1986 Town Meeting. All statutory fees shall be paid to 
the Town Treasurer at least monthly.(Submitted at the re- 
quest of the Budget Committee) 

Article 16. Are you in favor of setting the following stan- 
dard regarding lot size and useage: For those existing 
parcels of land and/or existing buildings within the Town 
of Ossipee now serviced by Town (or Precinct) sewer and 
water, and for those additional existing parcels of land 
and/or existing buildings as many become approved for 
service by Town (or Precinct) sewer and water, there 
shall be no minimum lot size to dwelling ratio or other den- 
sity ratio required by the Town of Ossipee. It is the intent 
of this ordinance to encourage the renovation, expansion 



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and useage of existing parcels and buildings where on-lot 
sewer and water facilities are not required. 'Existing 
parcels of land' and 'existing buildings' are, for the pur- 
poses of this ordinance, defined as 'those parcels of record 
and buildings existing at the time of passage of this or- 
dinance'? (Submitted by Petition) 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to amend the 
Town Ordinance adopted by the voters on March 5, 1974, 
and amended in March of 1977, which presently reads as 
follows : 

A minimum size of residential lots to be one (1) acre 
per single family unit and have a minimum road frontage, 
river frontage, or lake frontage of two hundred (200) feet, 
except for HOUSING FOR THE ELDERLY ( as defined by 
the Farmers Home Administration), which may be per- 
mitted on land of size and condition as required by the 
Selectmen, after consultation with the Planning Board, 
and Conservation Commission. Said housing built under 
this exception shall always remain HOUSING FOR THE 
ELDERLY. 

by adding the following sentence: 

This ordinance shall not apply to those existing 
buildings which are, or can be, hooked into the Town's 
sewer system. 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to abandon that 
section of Old Route 171, so-called, situate northerly of new 
Route 171 and lying entirely between land owned by Walter 
G. White to the south and land owned by Walter G. White, 
Estella M. White, Richard G. White and Marie Moore to 
the north; said land of Walter G. White being otherwise 
bound to the south by new Route 171 and said land of 
Walter G. White, Estella M. White, Richard G. White and 
Marie Moore being bound on the east by land of Carroll 
County and land of Joseph L. and Louise M. Medeiros and 
on the west by lands of Edith Pongratz, Douglas L. and 



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Susan T. Walsh and of Edward R. and Lillian J. Thibauld, 
and, if the Town votes to abandon said section of Old Route 
171, to see if the Town will vote to authorize the Selectmen 
to execute and deliver to said Walter G. White, Walter G. 
White, Estelle M. White, Richard G. White and Marie 
Moore Quitclaim Deeds of the Town's interest in said road. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to reclassify the 
westerly extension of the Conner Pond Road for approx- 
imately one (1) mile to the Marble Place (presently a 
Class 6 town Road) to a Class 5 road. (Submitted by Peti- 
tion) 

Article 20. To see if the Town of Ossipee, N. H. will vote 
to accept the roads of Blueberry Estates, and to provide 
maintenance and upkeep of these roads thereon. (Submit- 
ted by Petition) 

Article 21. To transact such other business as may 
legally come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this 21st day of February 
1985. 

WARREN F. WITHERELL 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
Selectmen of Ossipee 

A TRUE COPY, ATTEST 
WARREN F. WITHERELL 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 



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THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. 

We, the undersigned Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee do 
hereby certify that attested copies of the within Warrant 
for the Town of Ossipee have been posted at the United 
States Post Offices at West Ossipee, Center Ossipee and 
Ossipee, three public places, within said Town, and at the 
Town Hall, the place of meeting, fourteen days exclusive 
of the day of posting and the day of the meeting, before the 
meeting. 

Selectmen of the Town of 
Ossipee 

Warren F. Witherell 
Ralph C. Eldridge 
Wendell S. Thompson 
THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. 

Personally appeared the within named Warren F. 
Witherell, Ralph C. Eldridge and Wendell S. Thompson, 
known to me to be the Selectmen of the Town of Ossipee, 
and made oath that the foregoing statements by them 
subscribed, are true to the best of their knowledge and 
belief. 



Before me, 



Dorothy L. Palmer 
Justice of the Peace 

My Commission Expires 
March 16, 1987 
Justice of the Peace 
Dorothy L. Palmer 



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ELECTRIC, GAS & PIPELINE OPERATING PLANT 



Name of Company 

Public Service Co. 
N.H. Electric Coop Inc. 

TOTAL 



Electric 

$1,210,200 

716,30 

$1,926,500 



ELECTRIC, GAS & PIPELINE NON-OPERATING PLANT 

Name of Company Land Building Total 

N.H. Electric Coop Inc. $26,100 $24,400 $50,500 

Number of Individuals Applying for an Elderly Exemption 1984 - 45 at 

5,000 

Number of Individuals Granted an Elderly Exemption 1984 - 45 at 5,000 

Section A Section B 

Applicants New Applicants 

Granted In Granted For Totals of 

Prior Years 1984 Sections A & B 



FARM LAND 
FOREST LAND 
WILD LAND 

1) Unproductive 

2) Productive 

3) Natural Preserve 
RECREATION LAND 
WETLAND 



No. of 
Owners 

1 

2 
4 



No. of 
Acres 

9 
1624 



No. of 
Owners 



No. of 
Acres 



No. of 
Owners 



No. of 
Acres 



1 



85 



3 302. 
47 6675.20 

12 725.19 
16 1220.15 

1 50. 

1 31.5 
11 594.80 



4 311.00 
49 8299.20 
4 

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1220.15 

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31.5 

679.80 



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1 

1 

12 



Total Number of Individual Property Owners in Current Use 99 

Total Number of Acres Taken Out of Current Use During Year 

Total Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use 11,317 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was 
taken from official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and 
belief. (RSA 41:15) 

W.F. WITHERELL 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
Selectmen of Ossipee 
October 18, 1984 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 

TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1984 

Purposes of Appropriations 

General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $31,630.00 

Town officers' expenses 59,313.00 

Election and Registration expenses 4,350.00 

General Government Buildings 33,168.00 

Planning and Zoning 4,632.00 

Legal Expenses 20,000.00 
Advertising and Regional Association 391 .00 

Public Safety: 

Police Department 59,947.00 

Fire Department 4,300.00 

Highways, Street, Bridges: 

Town Maintenance 175,539.00 
General Highway Department 

Expenses 32,000.00 

Street Lighting 2,000.00 

Highway Block Grant 56,362.00 

Town Road Aid 243.00 

Sanitation: 

Solid Waste Disposal 50,000.00 
Health: 

Health Department 27,200.00 

Hospitals and Ambulances 28,800.00 

Art. 10 Hazardous Bldgs. 10,000.00 

Welfare: 

General Assistance 8,000.00 

Old Age Assistance 9,000.00 

Culture and Recreation: 

Library 18,000.00 

Parks and Recreation 21,654.00 

Patriotic Purposes 700.00 

Conservation Commission 100.00 

Art. 8 Bicentennial 1,000.00 



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Debt Service: 




Principal of Long-Term 


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Bonds & Notes 


66,379.00 


Interest Expense - Long-Term 




Bonds & Notes 


57,533.00 


Interest Expense - Tax Anticipatior 


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Notes 


25,000.00 


Capital Outlay: 




Art. 7 Town History 




(Rev. Sh) 


7,000.00 


Art. 9 Police Cruiser 




(Rev. Sh) 


9,300.00 


Art. 11 Computer 




(Rev. Sh) 


35,000.00 


Art. 12 HUD Grant 


500,000.00 


Miscellaneous: 




Municipal Water Department 


30,714.00 


Municipal Sewer Department 


38,685.00 


FICA, Retirement & Pension 




Contributions 


27,000.00 


Insurance 


60,763.00 


Unemployment Compensation 


1,800.00 


Art. 13 CAP (Comm. Action) 


2,000.00 


Total Appropriations 


$1,519,503.00 


SOURCES OF REVENUE 


Taxes : 




Resident Taxes 


$15,900.00 


Yield Taxes 


18,000.00 


Interest and Penalties on Taxes 


39,000.00 


Boat Tax 


5,076.00 


Intergovernmental Revenues : 




Shared Revenue Block Grant 


32,706.00 


Highway Block Grant 


56,362.00 


Railroad Tax 


31.00 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal 




Forest Land Val 48,600 


746.00 


Other Reimbursements 




TRA 


243.00 



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Reimb. A/C State Recreational 

Property 128.00 

Sewer Project 78,651.00 

Intergovernmental Revenues - 
Federal: 
HUD - Housing Rehab. 500,000.00 

Licenses and Permits: 
Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 96,000.00 

Dog Licenses 642.00 

Business Licenses, Permits and 
Filing Fees 300.00 

Charges for Services: 
Income From Departments 9,600.00 

Miscellaneous Revenues : 
Interests on Deposits 25,000.00 

Sale of Town Property 21 ,000.00 

N.H. Workers Comp. 12,165.00 

Unemployment Insurance 1,049.00 

Other Financing Sources: 
Income from Water and Sewer 

Department 69,399.00 

Revenue Sharing Fund 51,300.00 

Fund Balance 187,000.00 

Total Revenues and Credits $1,220,298.00 

TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

Total Town Appropriations $1,519,503.00 

Total Revenues and Credits 1 ,220,298.00 

Net Town Appropriations 299,205.00 

Net School Tax Assessments 1,322,170.00 

County Tax Assessment 140,567.00 

Total of Town, School and County 1 ,761 ,942.00 
DEDUCT Total Business Profits Tax 

Reimbursement 58,414.00 

ADD War Service Credits 15,808.00 

ADD Overlay 95,719.00 

Property Taxes To Be Raised 1,815,055.00 

PROOF OF TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

$118,090,804 x 15.37 = $1,815,055.66 



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TAX COMMITMENT ANALYSIS 

Property Taxes to be Raised $1,815,055.00 

Gross Precinct and/or Service Areas Taxes 117,923.00 



Total 

Less War Service Credits 



$1,932,978.00 
15,808.00 



Total Tax Commitment 



$1,917,170.00 



TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 





Prior Year 


1984 




Tax Rate Approved 
1983 Tax Rate 


TAX RATES 








Town 


4.28 




3.36 


County 
School Dist. 


1.14 
9.53 




1.16 
10.85 


Municipal Tax Rate 
Precinct-Center Ossipee Fire 


14.95 
.76 




15.37 
.76 


Precinct-West Ossipee Fire 
Precinct-Ossipee Corner Fire 


1.24 
.84 




1.52 
.92 


Name of Precinct Valuation Net Appro. 

West Ossipee Fire 

Prec. $28,913,011.00 $43,765.00 
Ossipee Corner Light & 

Power Prec. 38,776,107.00 35,663.00 
Center Ossipee Fire 50,401,686.00 38,159.00 


Taxes 

$43,947.00 

35,674.00 
38,302.00 


Rate 

$1.52 

.92 
.76 


Total Taxes Raised 




$117,923.00 





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WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 



Paraplegic, double amputees 
owning specially adapted home- 
steads with V.A. assistance. 
Totally and permanently disabled 
veterans, their spouses or widows, 
and the widows of veterans who 
died or were killed on active 
duty. $7Q0 

All other qualified persons $ 50 

TOTAL NO. AND AMT. 



Limits 

Unlimited 



Number 



Estimated 
Tax Credits 

EXEMPT 



1 $ 233.00 

6 4,200.00 

230 $11,375.00 

237 $15,808.00 



TAX 



RESIDENT TAXES 



$10 



Number 
Assessed 



Total Amt. 
Assessed 



1590 $15,900.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is correct to the 
best of our knowledge and belief. RSA 41:15. 



October 18, 1984 



W. J. WITHERELL 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

Selectmen of Ossipee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

For the Calendar Year Ended December 31, 1984 



ASSETS 

Cash: 

All funds in custody of treasurer $439,274.00 
In hands of officials 2,753.00 



TOTAL CASH 


$442,027.00 


Capital Reserve Funds: 




Total Capital Reserve Funds 


-0- 


Other bills due Town: 




Revenue Sharing 


$10,492.00 


Total Accounts Due to the Town 


$10,492.00 


Unredeemed Taxes: 




Levy of 1983 


$131,681.00 


Levy of 1982 


53,401.00 


Levy of 1981 


246.00 


Total Unredeemed Taxes 


$185,328.00 


Uncollected Taxes: 




Levy of 1984 


$384,147.00 


Levy of 1983 


4,212.00 


Levy of 1982 


551.00 


Previous Years 


471.00 


Less: Estimated Uncollectible 




Delinquent Taxes 


(3,000.00) 



Total Uncollected Taxes $386,381 .00 



Total Assets $1,024,228.00 



Grand Total $1,024,228.00 

Fund Balance— December 31, 1983 $256,735.00 

Fund Balance— December 31, 1984 214,657.00 

Change in Financial Condition (42,078.00) 



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LIABILITIES 
Accounts Owed by the Town: 

Bills outstanding $ 285.00 

Unexpended Balances of 
Special Appropriations 8,209.00 

Unexpended Revenue Sharing Funds 57,827.00 
Due to State: ^ 

Due to Capital Projects Incinerator 

from Regular Fund 22,040.00 

from Rev. Sharing 38,600.00 

Yield Tax Deposits 6,211.00 

School District Tax Payable 673,646.00 

Other Liabilities 2,753.00 



Total Accounts Owed by the Town $809,571 .00 

Total Liabilities $809,571 .00 

Fund Balance— Current Surplus 214,657.00 



Grand Total $1,024,228.00 

RECEIPTS 

From Local Taxes: 

Property Taxes — Current 

Year — 1984 $1,514,063.00 

Property Taxes — Collected 

in Advance 13,136.00 

Resident Taxes — Current 

Year — 1984 12,700.00 

Resident Taxes — Collected 

in Advance 20.00 

Yield Taxes — Current 

Year — 1984 20,760.00 

Property Taxes and Yield 

Taxes — Previous Years 1,135,191.00 

Resident Taxes — Previous 

Years 1,610.00 

Interest received on 

Delinquent Taxes 31,775.00 

Penalties: Resident Taxes 214.00 



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Tax sales redeemed 


156,516.00 


Total Taxes Collected and 




Remitted 


$2,885,985.00 


Intergovernmental Revenues - State: 




Shared Revenue 


32,706.00 


Highway Block Grant 


56,362.00 


Railroad Tax 


31.00 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal 




Forest Land 


770.00 


Reimb. A/C State 




Town Road Aid 


243.00 


Reimb. A/C Recreational 




Property 


128.00 


Sewer Project 


78,651.00 


Reimb. A/C Business 




Profits Tax 


58,414.00 



Total Intergovernmental 




Revenues 


$227,305.00 


Licenses and Permits: 




Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


$120,367.00 


Dog Licenses 


668.00 


Business Licenses, Permits and 




Filing Fees 


345.00 


Total Licenses and Permits 


$121,380.00 


Charges for Services: 




Income From Departments 


$20,370.00 


Total Charge For Services 


$20,370.00 


Miscellaneous Revenues: 




Interest on Deposits 


$28,082.00 


Sale of Town Property 


20,936.00 


N.H. Workers Compensation 


12,165.00 


Unemployment Insurance 


2,918.00 



Total Miscellaneous Revenues $64,101.00 

Other Financing Sources: 

Income from Water, Sewer and 
Electric Departments $60,949.00 



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Revenue Sharing 

Entitlement Funds 48,752.00 

Interest on Investments of 

Revenue Sharing Funds 2,207.00 

Returned to Revenue Sharing 

83 Grader Ineligible 45,000.00 



Total Other Financing Sources $156,908.00 
Non-Revenue Receipts: 

Proceeds of Tax Anticipation Notes 300,000.00 

Yield Tax Security Deposits 4,827.00 

Summer Brook 97,000.00 



Total Non-Revenue Receipts $401 ,827.00 



Total Receipts from All Sources $3,877,876.00 

Cash on Hand January 1, 1984 265,335.00 



Grand Total $4,143,211.00 

PAYMENTS 

General Government: 

Town officers' salaries $36,604.00 

Town officers' expenses 63,218.00 

Election and Registration expenses 4,228.00 

General Government Buildings 21,395.00 

Planning and Zoning 3,949.00 

Legal Expenses 13,772.00 
Advertising and Regional 

Association 391.00 



Total General Governmental 
Expenses $143,557.00 

Public Safety: 
Police Department $62,694.00 

Fire Department 1,366.00 



Total Public Safety Expenses $64,060.00 

Highways, Street, Bridges: 

Town Maintenance $174,659.00 

General Highway Department 
Expenses 31,651.00 



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Street Lighting 1,900.00 

Highway Block Grant 56,362.00 



Total Highways and Bridges 




Expenses 


$264,572.00 


Sanitation: 




Solid Waste Disposal 


$12,125.00 


Total Sanitation Expenses 


$12,125.00 


Health: 




Health Department 


$27,200.00 


Hospitals and Ambulances 


28,800.00 


Other Health Expenses - 




Hazardous Bldgs. 


1,648.00 


Total Health Expenses 


$57,648.00 


Welfare: 




General Assistance 


$6,177.00 


Old Age Assistance 


9,707.00 



Total Welfare Expenses $15,884.00 

Culture and Recreation: 

Library $18,000.00 

Parks and Recreation 20,892.00 

Patriotic Purposes 913.00 

Conservation Commission 95.00 

Other Culture and 
Recreational Expenses: 
Bicentennial 3,096.00 



Total Culture and Recreational 
Expenses $42,996.00 

Debt Service: 
Principal of Long-Term 

Bond & Notes $66,379.00 

Interest Expense — Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 57,537.00 

Interest Expense — Tax 
Anticipation Notes 15,640.00 



Total Debt Service Payments $139,556.00 

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Capital Outlay: 

Police Cruiser R.S. $9,300.00 

Computer R.S. 35,000.00 



Total Capital Outlay $44,300.00 

Operating Transfers Out: 

Incinerator $ 7,960.00 

Returned to Revenue 
Sharing 83 Grader 
Ineligible 45,000.00 



Total Operating Transfers Out $52,960.00 

Miscellaneous: 
Municipal Water Department $33,670.00 

Municipal Sewer Department 27,279.00 

Community Action 2,000.00 

FICA, Retirement & Pension 

Contributions $22,918.00 

Insurance 52,625.00 

Unemployment Compensation 1,366.00 

Other Miscellaneous Expenses - 

Tax Map & Reassessment 15,971.00 



Total Miscellaneous Expenses $155,829.00 
Unclassified: 
Payments on Tax 

Anticipation Notes $800,000.00 

Taxes bought by town 166,546.00 

Summerbrook 97,000.00 

Note Payable Grader 40,365.00 

Sewer Improvement 650.00 
Refund and Payment from 

Yield Tax Escrow Fund 6,060.00 
Other Unclassified expenses - 

Overlay 36,257.00 



Total Unclassified Expenses $1,146,878.00 

Payments to Other 

Governmental Divisions: 

Taxes paid to County $140,567.00 



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Payments to Precincts 117,587.00 

Payments to School Districts 1,302,665.00 



Total Payments to Other 

Governmental Divisions $1,560,819.00 



Total Payments for all Purposes $3,701,184.00 

Cash on hand December 31, 1984 442,027.00 



Grand Total $4,143,211.00 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1984 
Long-Term Notes Outstanding: 

Town Hall $ 5,800.00 

Town Hall Addition 5,000.00 

Tax Map Reassessment Loan 30,000.00 



Total Long-Term Notes 
Outstanding $40,800.00 

Bonds Outstanding: 
Sewer Project - State $445,000.00 

Sewer Project - Town 225,500.00 



Total Bonds Outstanding $670,500.00 



Total Long-Term Indebtedness — 
December 31, 1984 $711,300.00 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG-TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long-Term Debt - 

January 1,1984 $552,178.58 

Bonds Issued - Sewer Project- 
September 15, 1983 $225,500.00 

Total $225,500.00 

Total $777,678.58 



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Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year: 
Long-Term Notes Paid $ 36,378.58 

Bonds Paid 30,000.00 



Total $66,378.58 



Outstanding Long-Term Debt - 
December 31, 1984 ^ $711,300.00 

TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

FORM MS-5 

Year Ended December 31, 1984 

SCHEDULE SUPPORTING ENTRIES ON FORM MS-5 

Line 201 
Cash In Hands of Treasurer 



General Fund 


$339,928.00 


Payroll A/C 


200.00 


Revenue Sharing 


92,935.00 


Timber Tax Account 


6,211.00 




$439,274.00 


Line 202 




Cash In Hands of Officials 




Public Librarian 


$2,753.00 


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$2,753.00 


Line 302 




Unexpended Balances of 




Special Appropriations 




Veterans - Plaque 


$ 1,209.00 


Police Cruiser 


7,000.00 



$8,209.00 
Line 332 
Other Liabilities 
Unexpended Balances of 
Special Revenue Funds 
Public Library $2,753.00 



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SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 

As of December 31, 1984 

DESCRIPTION VALUE 

Town Hall, Lands and Buildings $61,800.00 

Furniture and Equipment 4,000.00 

Libraries, Lands and Buildings 23,000.00 

Furniture and Equipment 1,000.00 
Police Department, Lands and Buildings 

Equipment 20,000.00 

Highway Department, Lands and Buildings 48,000.00 

Equipment 285,000.00 

Materials and Supplies 4,000.00 

Parks, Commons and Playgrounds 2,000.00 
Water Supply Facilities, if owned by Town - 
Sewer Plant & Facilities, if owned 
by Town 1,089,475.00 

Computer 35,000.00 

Summer Brook Property 97,000.00 

All Other Property and equipment: 

Land 162,500.00 



TOTAL $1,832,775.00 

BONDS AND LONG TERM NOTES 

AUTHORIZED - UNISSUED: 

As of December 31, 1984 

Purpose: Year Amount 

Incinerator Bonds 1983 $213,400.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete to 
the best of our knowledge and belief. 
Feb. 14, 1985 

WARREN F. WITHERELL 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
Selectmen 



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MANAGEMENT LETTER 

Town of Ossipee, New Hampshire 

February 8, 1985 

Board of Selectmen 
Town of Ossipee 
Ossipee, New Hampshire 

Gentlemen: 

We have examined the financial statements of 
Ossipee, New Hampshire, for the year ended December 31, 
1984 and have issued our report on them dated February 8, 
1985. As part of our examination, we made a study and 
evaluation of the system of internal accounting control of 
the Town of Ossipee, New Hampshire, to the extent we con- 
sidered necessary to evaluate the system as required by 
generally accepted auditing standards and the standards 
for financial compliance audits contained in the U.S. 
General Accounting Office Standards for Audit of Govern- 
mental Organizations, Programs, activities and Func- 
tions. For the purpose of this report, we have classified the 
significant internal accounting controls in the following 
categories: 

1. Cycles of the Town of Ossipee's activity 
Treasury or Financing 

Revenue Receipts 
Purchase Disbursements 
External Financial Reporting 

2. Financial Statement Captions 
Receivables 

Payables and Accrued Liabilities 

Debt 

Fund Balance 

Inventory 

Land, Buildngs and Equipment 

3. Accounting Applications 
Receivables 



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Billing 

Cash Receipts 

Purchasing and Receiving 

Accounts Payable 

Cash Disbursements 

Payroll 

General ledger 

1 
Our study included all of the control categories listed 
above except that we did not evaluate the accounting con- 
trols over Inventory or Land, Buildings and Equipment 
because the Town of Ossipee has not maintained a record 
of its general fixed assets and does not conform to general- 
ly accepted accounting principles in this category. The 
purpose of our study and evaluation was to determine the 
nature, timing and extent of the auditing procedures 
necessary for expressing an opinion on the Town of 
Ossipee's financial statements. Our study and evaluation 
was more limited than would be necessary to express an 
opinion on the system of internal accounting control taken 
as a whole or on any of the categories of controls identified 
above. 

The management of the Town of Ossipee is responsible 
for establishing and maintaining a system of internal 
accounting control. In fulfilling that responsibility, 
estimates and judgments by management are required to 
assess the expected benefits and related costs of control 
procedures. The objectives of a system are to provide 
management with reasonable, but not absolute, assurance 
that assets are safeguarded against loss from unauthoriz- 
ed use or disposition, and that transactions are executed in 
accordance with management's authorization and record- 
ed properly to permit the preparation of financial state- 
ments in accordance with generally accepted accounting 
principles. Because of inherent limitations in any system 
of internal accounting control, errors or irregularities may 
nevertheless occur and not be detected. Also, the projec- 
tion of any evaluation of the system to future periods is 
subject to the risk that procedures may become inade- 



45 



quate because of changes in conditions or that the degree 
of compliance with the procedures may deteriorate. 

Our study and evaluation made for the limited purpose 
described in the first paragraph would not necessarily 
disclose all material weaknesses in the system. According- 
ly, we do not express an opinion on the system of internal 
accounting control of the Town of Ossipee, New Hamp- 
shire, taken as a whole or any of the categories of controls 
identified in the first paragraph. However, our study and 
evaluation disclosed no condition that we believe to be a 
material weakness. 

This report is intended solely for the use of manage- 
ment and should not be used for any other purpose. This 
restriction is not intended to limit the distribution of this 
report which, upon acceptance by the Board of Selectmen 
of the Town of Ossipee, is a matter of public record. 

As a result of the study and evaluation of the internal 
accounting controls of the Town of Ossipee, and in an effort 
to be of assistance to the Town, we are submitting for con- 
sideration a number of comments and recommendations. 
These comments and recommendations are intended to 
improve operations and should not be regarded as reflec- 
ting upon the integrity or capability of any Town 
Employees. 

We would be pleased to discuss further our comments 
and recommendations with you. 

Very truly yours, 
DENNETT & DENNETT 
Certified Public Accoun- 
tants 



COMMENT: 

Ever increasing services provided by the Town of Ossipee 
are creating a workload problem for the Town Office Staff. 
To obtain maximum benefits from the computer and to 



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facilitate control of daily transactions, additional staffing 
has become almost a prerequisite. 

RECOMMENDATION : 

One additional full-time employee should be added to the 
Town Office staff in 1985. 

COMMENT: 1 

Additional staffing would permit the Town's Ad- 
ministrative Assistant to make changes in daily routine 
and work assignments, freeing herself of minor detail 
work and allowing greater concentration on management 
and complex town problems. 

RECOMMENDATION : 

A separate office should be provided for the Ad- 
ministrative Assistant to enable her to work privately and 
undisturbed by the flow of business through the main of- 
fice. 

COMMENT: 

The Water and Sewer billing records were not adapted 
easily to the preparation of the Town's financial state- 
ments. 

RECOMMENDATION : 

We urge the town to purchase the necessary software to 
fully process water and sewer records through the com- 
puter. 



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TOWN CLERK'S REPORT 

Jan. 1, 1984 - Dec. 31, 1984 



Total submitted to Treasurer 




$121,106.70 


Motor Vehicle Permits (3044) 


$120,180.00 




Overpayments to Treasurer 


-187.00 




Dog Licenses issued (213) 


608.30 




Civil Dog Forfeitures 


60.00 




Bad Check Penalties 


45.00 




Postage Recovered 


12.40 




Filing Fees 


14.00 


$121,106.70 



52 



TREASURER'S REPORT 
RECONCILIATION OF CASH BOOK 

AND BANK BALANCE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDED DEC. 31, 1984 

Balance on Hand: 

Beginning of Fiscal Year $ 263,827.10 

Receipts During Fiscal Year 5,731,713.83 

i 

Payments During Fiscal Year 5,995,540.93 

Balance on Hand, End of Fiscal Year $439,274.48 

PROOF OF BALANCE 

Balance in Bank East, 
Rochester, N.H. $127,850.48 

Deposits in Transit: 
Interest $703.05 

Rev. Sharing Acct. $9,300.00 $ 10,003.05 

$137,853.53 
Less Outstanding Checks $127,434.78 

Check Book Balance $ 10,418.75 

Add: Savings/Investment Acct. Balances in Treasurer's 

Custody 

Bank and Account Amount 

Indian Head North, Super NOW $329,509.57 

Indian Head North, Timber Tax 6,211.30 

Indian Head North, Payroll 200.00 

North Conway, Revenue Sharing 92,934.86 

$428,855.73 
Reconciled Balance $439,274.48 

THOMAS L. GALANTE 

Treasurer 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 

Selectmen $ 6,050.00 

Treasurer 1,850.00 

Tax Collector/Town Clerk 15,730.00 

Tax Collector Fees 6,360.00 

Town Clerk Fees 4,566.00 



$34,556.00 



TOWN OFFICERS' EXPENSES 



Full-time wages 


$24,033.88 


Part-time help & expense 


3,898.19 


N.H.M. Assoc. Dues 


895.00 


Auditor 


6,063.30 


New Equipment 


403.75 


Telephone 


2,901.66 


Mileage 


788.16 


Computer Service 


3,117.91 


Book Binding 


52.50 


Town Reports 


3,110.64 


Registry of Deeds 


2,534.40 


Carroll County Independent 


1,357.50 


Office Supplies 


2,155.54 


Tax Collector/Town Clerk 




(mileage & expenses) 


1,846.25 


Postage 


3,619.02 


Xerox & IBM & Computer 


1,436.06 


Assessor 


2,504.05 


Tax Map 


2,500.00 




$63,217.81 


Revenues to Town Officers' Exp 


enses $ 1,341.84 



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SALARY & WAGES PAID IN 1984 



Irving Abbott $ 8,352.80 

Susan S. Ahearn 67.00 

Georgiena Alward 30.00 

Hugh Berzety 30.00 

Wayne A. Black 7,112.00 

Keith Brownell 13,430.66 

Laurence Brownell 496.70 

Robert Camire 7,464.05 

Edward Cook, Sr. 40.00 

Barbara Copp 120.00 

Lewis A. Dore 1,824.25 

Philip Drew 60.00 

Ralph Eldridge 2,120.00 

Phyllis Fennerty 585.60 

John Fogarty III 17,956.44 

Martha French 5,439.25 

Thomas Galante 1,850.00 

Natalie Hall 588.00 

Maryann Hartford 206.23 

Barbara Hogan 61.60 

Robert G.Jones 7,949.50 

MaryKirkwood 305.60 

Carmen Knapp 120.00 

Emile Legendre 5,352.50 

Cindy Libby 11.73 
Robert A. MacArthur 5,343.54 
KatherineMacDonald 1,402.50 

Ronald Merry 1,946.00 

Scott Milligan 11.73 



Christopher D. Nason 1,321.63 

ToddM.Nason 1,355.12 

PriscillaNudd 496.70 

Wallace Nudd, Jr. 12,038.42 

Charles O'Sullivan 12,948.87 

Margaret O'Sullivan 10,251.47 

Dorothy Palmer 13,782.41 

Donal Pearson 30.00 

Ruby Pearson 5,912.00 

Frances E. Pinkham 376.70 

Cheryl J. Riley 120.00 

Daniel B. Riley 13,455.56 

John R. Sanders 22,822.00 

Cheryl Sargent 20.10 

Shirley Savage 1.20.00 

Roland Stockbridge 17,197.44 

Wendell Thompson 2,120.00 

Rebecca Thurston 2,374.27 

Richard Toom 120.00 

GeraldineTrites 6,060.95 

Thomas Trites 120.00 

Ervin S.White 4,397.00 

Harold White 14,135.61 

Rodney Allen White, Sr. 20,642.44 

Russell Whiting, Jr. 13,136.01 

Lloyd Wilkins 14,034.18 

Bruce Williams 9,726.18 

Warren Witherell 2,170.00 



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ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 



Reg. of Voters 


$1,370.10 


4 Meetings 


1,682.78 


Meals 


450.00 


Checklist 


441.95 


Carroll County Independent 


283.05 



$4,227.88 

Revenues to Election & Registration Expenses $ 228.00 
GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 

Fuel $10,306.28 

Electric 4,435.45 

Cleaning 2,120.00 

Furniture 180.60 

Maint. 1,864.40 

Rugs 327.17 

Supplies 933.27 

Water Rent 528.00 

Sewer Rent 700.00 



$21,395.17 
Revenues to General Government Buildings $ 20.00 

PLANNING & ZONING 



Road Inspector 




$ 333.00 


Printing 




620.30 


Secretary services 




601.39 


Registry 




28.00 


Materials 




18.00 


N.H.M.A. (workshops) 


77.00 


Lakes Region Planni 


ing 


2,272.00 




$3,949.69 


Revenues to Plannin 


g & Zoning 


$ 752.00 



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LEGAL EXPENSES 



Dog Warden 


$2,385.00 


Dog Warden 




(mileage & expenses) 


1,111.77 


Legal 


10,275.29 



1 $13,772.06 

ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOCIATIONS 

Lakes Region Association $291.00 

Greater Ossipee Area 
Chamber of Commerce 100.00 



$391.00 



POLICE DEPARTMENT 

Full time wages $29,571.64 

Specials 17,346.75 

Holiday Pay 840.34 

Gasoline 7,208.83 

Maintenance 4,601.14 

Telephone 766.23 

Conference & Dues 676.80 

Office Supplies 338.06 

Clothing 756.12 

Training 587.61 



$62,693.52 



FIRE 

Tools $ 397.67 

Warden 250.00 

Fire, training, maint. 718.17 



$1,365.84 
Revenues to Fire $ 316.18 

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SUMMER AND WINTER HIGHWAYS 
(INCLUDING HIGHWAY BLOCK GRANT) 



Full time wages 


$119,862.31 


Part time wages 


2,541.02 


Mileage 


724.96 


Sand & Gravel 


28,673.93 


Gas 


14,997.79 


Waste Oil 


12,626.00 


Salt 


11,801.18 


Tar 


21,771.84 


Grease & Oil 


724.55 


Culvert 


3,187.56 


Hired Plowing 


940.00 


Hired Equipment 


775.00 


Maint. & Material 


8,098.74 


Uniforms 


2,128.90 


Radio Contract & Maint. 


1,752.00 


Telephone 


414.90 




$231,020.68 


Revenues to Summer & Winter Hig 


hways $ 2,316.93 


Revenues to Highway Block Grant 


$56,362.00 


GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY DEPT. $31,650.30 



STREET LIGHTING 



Public Service Co. 



$1,900.50 



SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL 



Full-time wages $ 7,464.05 

Part-time wages 1,824.25 

Spring Clean-up 345.50 

Operation Maint. 2,491.15 



Revenues to Solid Waste Disposal 



$12,124.95 
$ 142.50 



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HEALTH 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens $ 8,000.00 

Wolfeboro Nursing Service 14,600.00 

C. C. Mental Health 2,600.00 

Center of Hope 2,000.00 



1 $27,200.00 

Art. 10 HAZARDOUS BUILDINGS $1,648.40 

Art. 13 COMMUNITY ACTION $2,000.00 

HOSPITAL & AMBULANCE 

Lord's Ambulance Service $18,600.00 

Rescue Squad 9,000.00 

Huggins Hospital 1,000.00 

Memorial Hospital 200.00 



$28,800.00 

Revenues to Hospital & Ambulance $ 4,029.16 

GENERAL ASSISTANCE $6,177.21 

Revenues to General Assistance $5,798.55 

OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 

Treasurer, State of N.H. $9,706.98 

LIBRARY 

Ossipee Town Library Trustees $18,000.00 

PARKS & PLAYGROUNDS 

Full-time wages $12,038.42 

Part-time wages 2,688.48 

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Lifeguard/Instructor 


1,402.50 


New England Telephone 


402.13 


Chemical Toilets 


570.00 


Mileage 


838.00 


Equipment 


1,444.05 


Maint. 


1,010.36 


Supplies 




Office/Medical/Special 




Events, Awards 


327.54 


Annual Fees 


171.00 




$20,892.48 


Revenues to Parks & Playgrounds 


$ 1,500.00 


PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 


$913.14 


Revenues to Patriotic Purposes 


$125.17 


Art. 8 BICENTENNIAL 


$1,096.04 



Revenues to Bicentennial $ 324.65 

CONSERVATION COMMISSION $ 95.00 

LONG TERM NOTES 

Town Hall #992 $1,450.00 

Town Hall Add't. #1172 1,000.00 

Backhoe #2630 3,928.58 

Tax Map-Reassessment 30,000.00 

Sewer 30,000.00 









$66,378.58 




LONG TERM INTEREST 




Town Hall #992 




$ 691.02 




Town Hall Add't 


.#1172 


571.82 




Backhoe #2630 




196.96 




Tax Map-Reassessment 


5,475.00 




Sewer 




50,602.50 





$57,537.30 
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Revenues to Principal & Interest - 

Long Term Notes $78,651 .00 

INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 

1984 $11,766.50 
1983 3,873.26 



$15,639.76 

SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT $22,917.57 

Revenues to Social Security & 

Retirement $ 484.56 

INSURANCE 

Blue Cross/Blue Shield $25,174.84 

Ossipee Insurance 12,139.00 

N.H.M.A. Workman's Comp. 15,311.00 



$52,624.84 
Revenues to Insurance $13,113.30 

UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION 

NH Municipal Assoc. -Unemployment 

Compensation Fund $1,366.45 

Revenues to Unemployment Compensation $2,918.00 

CAPITAL OUTLAY 

Police Cruiser 

(Revenue Sharing) $9,300.00 

Computer 

(Revenue Sharing) $35,000.00 

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 

Governor Wentworth Regional $1,302,665.06 



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STATE & COUNTY TAX 

Treasurer, Carroll County $140,567.00 

TAXES BOUGHT BY TOWN 

John R. Sanders, Tax Collector $166,546.20 

PRECINCTS 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct $38,159.00 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power 35,663.00 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 43,765.00 



$117,587.00 
TAX REFUNDS AND/OR OVERPAYMENTS $35,807.59 
FUNDS ENCUMBERED FROM 1983 



John Sanders 


i 


$ 2,047.97 


Solid Waste 




7,959.60 


Bicentennial 




2,000.00 


Tax Map 




3,290.00 


Revaluation 




12,680.66 


WATER DEPT. 






Full-time wages 


$12,268.92 




Part-time wages 


6,255.81 




FICA 


1,578.51 




Unemployment Insurance 


12.00 




Workmen's Compensation 


12.50 




Blue Cross/Blue Shield 


1,263.84 




Uniforms 


261.00 




Overtime 







Gas Mileage 


1,775.20 




Office Postage 


219.95 




Stationery & Printing 


24.67 




Insurance (Vehicle) 








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Insurance (Buildings) 


239.00 


Building Maintenance 


184.26 


Equipment Maintenance 


222.70 


Equipment Purchased 


601.62 


System Maintenance 


2,626.02 


Water Sampling Tests 


298.00 


Gasoline ^ 


35.24 


Purification (C12) 


504.75 


School and Dues 


397.28 


Electrical (treatment plant) 


228.73 


Phone 


213.57 


Fuel 


496.91 


Electric 





Water Capital Improvements 




Reservoir Dam (repair) 





Water-Capital Improvements 




Line Replacement 


3,949.20 


Unclassified Items (Reemb.) 







$33,669.68 


SEWER DEPT. 




Full-time wages 


$5,460.00 


Part-time wages 





FICA 





Unemployment Insurance 





Workmen's Compensation 


12.50 


Blue Cross/Blue Shield 


734.17 


Uniforms 


51.00 


Overtime 





Gas Mileage 


64.80 


Office Postage 


39.75 


Stationery & Printing 


50.69 


Insurance (Vehicle) 


660.00 


Insurance (Buildings) 





Building Maintenance 


1,125.54 


Equipment Maintenance 


443.69 


Equipment Purchased 


1,001.76 


System Maintenance 


782.58 



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Gasoline 


42.03 


School and Dues 


7.50 


Test Wells (Leachfields) 




Tests 


2,355.00 


Electric 




(Mountain Ejector St.) 


1,243.92 


Fuel (Mountain Ejector St.) 


172.70 


Alarm (Mountain Ejector St.) 


1,398.29 


Electric (Beech River Pump 




Station) 


4,157.81 


Alarm 




(Beech River Pump Station) 


833.52 


Fuel (Beech River Pump 




Station) 





Phone 


213.58 


Fuel 


454.25 



rLieciric 

Capital Improvements 


Reservoir Dam (Repair) 





Capital Improvements 




Line Replacement 





Unclassified Items 




(Reemburs.) 


5,974.22 



$27,279.30 



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TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

SCHEDULE 7 

Special Revenue Funds - Revenue Sharing 

Statement of Revenues, Expenditures 

and Changes in Fund Balance 
For The Year Ended December 31, 1984 

Sources of Financial Resources 
Revenues 

Entitlements $47,056.00 

Interest 2,207.33 

Total Sources of Financial Resources $49,263.33 

Uses Of Financial Resources 
Expenditures 

Computer $35,000.00 

Cruiser 9,300.00 

Total Expenditure $ 44,300.00 

Net Increase In Fund Balance During Year 4,963.33 

Fund Balance - January 1, 1984 53,463.53 
Adjustment to Prior Year - 

(Grader Ineligible : See Note #4) $ 45,000.00 

Fund Balance - December 31, 1984 $103,426.86 

ossipee town report, disk 05, feb. 19 



65 



OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY 
ANNUAL REPORT 1984 

During 1984, services to library users were significant- 
ly expanded. An Outreach service, large print books, and 
talking books were available upon request. Also provided 
for patrons were a Polaroid camera, a record collection, 
and a coupon exchange. Responses to a questionnaire put 
into circulation in February have assisted library person- 
nel in planning for the future needs of its users. Two book 
sales held during the summer helped fund our children's 
programs. 

An increasing number of children took advantage of 
library offerings. Twenty-nine children read a total of 250 
books as they participated in The Search for the Lost 
Planet, as part of a Summer Reading Program. Storytime 
sessions and free movies were offered to area youngsters 
throughout the summer. The library has worked 
cooperatively with Ossipee Central School by arranging 
weekly visits of class groups and by sponsoring a poster 
contest during National Library Week. The Two-Headed 
Cow Puppet Theatre performed "Dream Days" as a 
culmination of the library's summer cultural events. 

Throughout the year, a variety of programs were 
sponsored and enthusiastically attended. Deborah Morgan 
offered an introduction to microcomputers. A Conversa- 
tion with Scrimshander Brian Stockman launched an em- 
phasis on the arts; paintings by Carroll County Home 
residents were displayed; Ron White's watercolors of 
scenes from the Ossipee area were featured. Programs on 
Crawford Notch and New Hampshire writers, sponsored 
by the New Hampshire Council for the Humanities, were 
presented. The results of an early December Greens Party 
added a holiday atmosphere for library patrons. 

We sincerely appreciate the generous offering of time 
and talents of the following volunteers, who have made the 
expansion of our services possible. Ann Baldwin, Mary 
Buswell, Isabella Clark, Betty Kennard, Ann Lessard, 
Deborah Morgan, Ken Perry, Cher Riley, Ann Sottery, and 
Ron White. 



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Numerous improvements have made the library build- 
ing safer, more comfortable, and more convenient for 
public use. In addition to expanding library hours from 
eight to twenty per week, a book return now facilitates the 
borrowing process. Additional shelving space has added to 
the accessibility of our enlarged book collection. Installa- 
tion of a smoke detection system with exterior alarm, 
emergency lighting, and electrical wall outlets have 
brought us into closer compliance with state safety 
requirements. Repairs were made to the front steps, gut- 
ter, and front door, and locks were replaced. A regular 
cleaning service was also established. 

Statistics 
(January 1984 through December 1984) 
Circulation: 

Adult fiction 2879 

Adult non-fiction 772 

Y books (children) 1588 

Magazines & periodicals 128 

Total: 5367 

Interlibrary loans 80 

New books added 261 

Also, New World Book Encyclopedia 

Library cards issued 350 

Library cards issued (total) 463 

Library personnel are continually encouraged by the 
support and generosity of Ossipee citizens and town of- 
ficials. Exciting plans for 1985 are in progress. Towns- 
people are urged to take advantage of all that our local 
library offers, and to assist in planning for its future. 

Respectfully submitted, 
RUBY PEARSON, 
Librarian 
RUTH LORING 
EILEEN LEAVITT 
CATHERINE ZIEGLER 
Trustees 



67 



OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY REPORT 

RECEIPTS 

Checking Account 

Balance brought forward $ 404.15 

Town of Ossipee 18,000.00 

Young & White Trust Funds 254.43 

N.H. Humanities Donation 190.00 

Repay for Book 13.44 

Book Sales 140.20 



Total Deposits 


$19,002.22 


Total Expenditures 


16,749.05 


Balance in Account 


$ 2,253.17 


Fund Raising (Savings) Account 




Balance brought forward 


$454.10 


Deposits 


20.00 


Interest 


26.18 


Balance in Account 


$500.28 


EXPENDITURES 




Fuel 


$ 1,603.79 


Salary 


5,956.00 


Electricity 


139.23 


Books & Periodicals 


2,980.75 


Telephone 


270.67 


Supplies 


489.11 


Furniture & Equipment 


1,912.65 


Maintenance & Repairs 


2,815.73 


Postage 


57.58 


Dues 


50.00 


Water & Sewer 


250.00 


Miscellaneous 


223.54 



$16,749.05 



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TRUSTEES OF TRUST FUNDS 
OSSIPEE 

OPERATION STATEMENT 

Balance brought forward (1983) $6,056.45 

RECEIPTS: 



Interest (N.O.W.) Ind. Head North 


$ 435.95 




Interest Trust Accounts 


2,511.92 






$2,947.87 


$9,004.32 


DISBURSEMENTS: 






Mowing, Raking, Gen. Maintenance 


$2,724.00 




Gas, Oil & Supplies 


173.98 




Equip., Repair, Parts, etc. 


929.72 




Library 


254.43 




Chickville Cemetery Assoc. 


199.34 




Miscellaneous 


155.00 




Scholarship 


300.00 
$4,736.47 




F.W. Tax (to be re-imbursed) 


87.15 






$4,823.62 


-4,823.62 



BALANCE DECEMBER 31, 1984 $4,180.70 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

The computer purchased in March of 1984 has made 
many changes in our way of doing business. The tax 
records and billing have of course been the major installa- 
tion. This work was formerly done by a local bank who 
discontinued this service in 1983. The choice of doing the 
work ourselves rather than contracting for this service has 
proven to be satisfactory, because of the ease of correcting 
and making changes in the records with the computer 
right in the office. The tax collector has his accounts in the 
computer thereby reducing the manual labor of the book- 
keeping. 

The incinerator project moves forward with what 
seems to be a snail's pace. The necessary permits for the 
installation are slowly working their way through the 
various departments in Concord and the engineering firm 
doing the design work has all of the preliminary work com- 
pleted. We are now awaiting final approval. We expect to 
install monitoring wells in the present dump site in the 
near future. These wells are now required as part of the 
program to close the existing dump with the ash from the 
new incinerator. 

The Selectmen have proposed in the 1985 budget to ap- 
ply the amount of the funds received from the State under a 
program of ' 'Highway Block Grant" to the repair of ex- 
isting paved roads which are in many cases in very poor 
condition. It has been the practice in recent years to use 
these funds to reduce the general appropriation for the 
highway department. This change accounts for the in- 
crease in the department's appropriation but an increase 
we believe necessary if we are to maintain our roads. 



1984 1985 

Budgeted expenses $175,539 $236,129 

Highway Block Grant applied to 
reduce expense 56,362 



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Total operating expenses $231,901 $236,129 

Anticipated funds to be received 
in 1985 for the Block Grant $64,752 

The $64,752 would be used for repairs to the roads. 

We congratulate the Conservation Committee on the 
acquisition of the Summer Brook property. The continuing 
effort of this committee is much appreciated as the project 
nears completion. 

We once again want to thank all the employees and 
volunteers who make the town run smoothly. Their fine 
work for the town is most important. 

WARREN F. WITHERELL 

Chairman 



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REPORT OF OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

1984 

To the Selectmen of Ossipee and Citizens of the Town: 

During the past year the Police Department was very 
active in Traffic Control, Accident Prevention and In- 
vestigation, Crime Prevention, Court and an increased de- 
mand for service calls of a non-emergency nature. 

The year of 1984 saw the heinous crime of robbery and 
assalt on two Ossipee citizens, but thanks to citizen aware- 
ness and the fine work of all police agencies the crime was 
solved, and one subject is presently serving jail time at the 
New Hampshire State Prison while two others are in 
Maine jails. 

There were no fatal traffic accidents although traffic 
was very heavy during the tourist season. 

This year saw more speaking engagements, and at 
Ossipee Central School we had all the students who wished 
fingerprinted, with the parents keeping the record. 

We were fortunate this year to hire Wayne Black as a 
Police Officer; he comes to us with a degree in Criminal 
Justice and he is also a certified juvenile officer. 

I would like to thank my Officers, the Town Officials 
and other Department Heads and the Citizens of Ossipee 
for their cooperation and assistance. 

Respectfully yours, 
JOHN E. FOGARTY 
Chief of Police 



75 



OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The Recreation Department, over the past year, has made available 
numerous and varied sports programs. Through these programs, we 
hope each participant has and will continue to gain the following benefits 
so basic to the purpose of recreation: learning fundamentals of each 
sport, friendly competition, cooperation, good sportsmanship, sense of 
accomplishment, meeting new friends, and having fun! 

The following is a list of programs for the year 1984: 
Elementary Gymnastics Program 
4th-6th and 7th-9th Girls' and Boys' Basketball 
Pee Wee Hockey 

Elementary Skating Program K-6 
Public Skating 

6th Annual Winter Sports Banquet 
Spring Clean-up Campaign 

Minor and Major Little League and Junior Baseball Programs 
4th-6th Girls' Softball Program 
A.R.C. Swimming Instruction 
August Youth Day Camp 
4th-6th Soccer Program 
Carroll County Recreation and Invitational Tournaments - Basketball, 

Softball, Baseball, Track, Soccer 
Record Hops/Dances 
Open Recreation for Youth 
Adult Recreation (Volley Ball) and Exercise Classes 

The Recreation Department deeply appreciates the continued in- 
terest, support, time, energy, and caring of coaches, parents, sponsors, 
and members of community. Coaches included: Cynthia Miller, Donna 
Sargent, Jo-Ann Ames, Woody Vallee, Dennis LeGendre, David Williams, 
Charlie Pearson, Jack Fogarty, Tom Fogarty, Ron White, Harry Libby, 
Larry Schell, Daniel Fischbein, Lew Lawton, Donald Rouse, Mary Ed- 
wards, Katherine MacDonald, and Curly Nudd. Sponsors included: Sun- 
ny Villa, Northern Land Traders, Johnson's Gas Co., Earnshaw Lumber, 
Indian Head Bank, Ames Department Store, Indian Mound IGA, Yield 
House Whittier, Hearth and Pint, and DiPrizio GMC Truck Inc. 
Thanks to one and all! 

Respectfully submitted, 
WALLACE NUDD, JR. 
Director of Recreation 



76 



OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 

1984 has been a very busy year for the Ossipee Plann- 
ing Board. 

After Public Hearings held in February 1984, the 
Board adopted Earth Excavation & Restoration Regula- 
tions for the Town of Ossipee. New commercial excava- 
tions are required to file plans and restoration procedures 
before they open a pit. Older pits (prior to August 24, 1979) 
are not required to file excavation plans, but are required 
to file restoration plans for their sites. 

During this time, meetings were held with officials 
from the Ossipee Aggregates mining facility and the 
Board was very impressed with attempts being made by 
the Company for restoration of their site. We were invited 
to visit and inspect the plant and see for ourselves what 
was being done to restore the property. We came away 
with a feeling that at last something was being done for the 
best interest of the town. 

We approved the Warren Development Company ex- 
cavation site, off Route 28, after plans were submitted to 
combat erosion problems and a plan submitted for the 
restoration of this site. 

We approved 56 lots during the year. There is a new 
development just past the Mill Pond going up the Mountain 
Road which contains 22 lots. Also, there is a new develop- 
ment along Pine River Road which contains 11 lots and is 
intended to become a mobile home park. 

The Board is presently reviewing and updating their 
Subdivision Regulations. Before the end of the year, it is 
intended to prepare and present a Zoning Ordinance to the 
people of Ossipee. 

In November, Kenneth Leavitt resigned as Chairman 
and was replaced by Frank Clougherty. Ken is now an 



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alternate member and his background in title work, plus 
expertise in the field adds much to our work. 

Ann Olkkola resigned as a member and was replaced by 
Bruce Bennett. Other members include Robert Wade, 
Margie Vacca, Natalie Hall and Ralph Eldridge, Select- 
men's representative. 

Meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each 
month, 7:30 P.M. at the Town Hall. We are open to the 
public and welcome visitors. 

NATALIE HALL 
Secretary 



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OSSIPEE CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

The Conservation Commission conducted eight inspec- 
tions during the year. In December the Town of Ossipee 
received title to one hundred fifty one acres of land, the 
largest tract of the Sumner Brook Rearing Station. 

In behalf of the Town, we again express thanks to 
Robert Schroeder, Earland McLetchie, Ossipee Ag- 
gregates and Harry Merrow, for their gifts which made 
this possible, and to Randy Lyman for checking all the 
details of the transaction. 

It is planned to obtain the remaining parcel, with the 
buildings before Town Meeting Date. 

A thank you to Al Fogg for his services to the Commis- 
sion, and our best wishes for the future. 

Respectfully: 
WILLIAM A. HUNT 
MARILYN TILLINGHAST 
L. RANDY LYMAN 
MARTHA FRENCH 
FRANCIS CLOUGHERTY 
RICK PAUL 



79 



TOWN OF OSSIPEE 
DOG WARDEN REPORT 

1984 

There were a total of 156 nuisance complaints during 
1984, 14 dogs were struck by vehicles on the highway, this 
is a lot more than other years. 54 dogs were reported lost, 
22 of these were not found to my knowledge. There were 17 
vicious complaints answered, only 6 of these were well- 
founded. 

One dog was held 10 days at owner expense because of 
no rabies vaccination and it's having bitten a child. 

Another dog was destroyed by its owner and tests done 
in Concord for rabies for same reason. Tests were 
negative. 

A total of 1,330 miles were travelled by the Warden in 
own vehicle. There were also numerous calls answered 
while on regular police duty with the cruiser. 

A total of 31 dogs (strays) were held seven days or 
longer that no one claimed. New homes were found for 
most, the rest were taken to veterinarian to be destroyed. 

It has been almost six years since I took the job of Dog 
Warden, there are less complaints in some areas, some 
seem to run about the same year by year. I have gotten to 
know a lot of the residents, and there have been very few 
who have not been cooperative and good to work with on 
problems. I am considering seriously that it is time for 
someone else to take over the job. I will be talking to the 
Selectmen soon. I will be of as much help to whoever takes 
over the position as possible. I am now full-time employed 
elsewhere besides being a part-time patrolman. I find it 
hard now to give the warden job the time it needs to be 
done well. 

I want to thank everyone for making the job as easy as 
possible for the kind of job it is. 

Sincerely, 

MARTHA A. FRENCH 

Ossipee Dog Warden 



80 



COMMUNITY NURSE 

Visiting Nurse Association 

of Wolfeboro and Vicinity, Inc. 

Box 141, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 03894 

(603) 569-2729 

ANNUAL REPORT 
1984 

In 1984 the staff of The Visiting Nurse Association 
made 1519 visits to 108 Ossipee residents. 1501 visits were 
made by the nurse or physical therapist, 18 visits were 
made by a home health aide under our contractual agree- 
ment with the Carroll County Health and Home Care Ser- 
vice. Last year a total of 1377 visits were made to Ossipee 
residents. 

In addition to the home care services we provided to 
Ossipee residents, 100 pre-school children were seen at our 
Child Health Program Clinics, 31 school children received 
immunizations, and 45 adults attended our Flu Immuniza- 
tion Clinic. 108 residents were seen at the nurses office. 

Dorothy Palmer and Wayne Aleska currently serve as 
representatives on the Agency's Board of Directors. 

We are grateful for the support and financial 
assistance Ossipee residents contribute to our programs. 
The Board of Directors, the Agency Staff and I thank you 
all. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
DAVENA R. DeWOLF, R.N. 
Nurse Administrator 



81 



OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS, INC. 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The year 1984 completes ten (10) successful years of 
service for Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Inc. Through the 
support of the residents of the Town of Ossipee, Ossipee 
Concerned Citizens, Inc. continues to realize its ongoing 
purpose, which is to promote the growth and prosperity of 
the citizens of the town. 

Within the past year, our organization has served a 
total of 16,474 home-delivered meals and 11,997 congregate 
meals through our Meals-On-Wheels Program for the 
elderly. 

The W.I.C. Program has provided over $180,000.00 
worth of food vouchers to seven-hundred fifty (750) clients 
in Carroll County. 

Transportation for shopping trips to local stores con- 
tinues on a regular basis, with our fifteen (15) passenger 
van leaving the Ossipee Senior Center every Thursday 
afternoon at 1 : 00 p.m. Recreational trips are scheduled for 
alternating Fridays, and medical trips are provided as 
necessary. 

Community Development activities continue with the 
awarding of $297,500.00 from the Office of State Planning 
for Housing Rehabilitation in Center Ossipee. This grant 
brings to 1.4 million dollars the amount of funds awarded 
to the town from the Department of Housing and Urban 
Development over the past seven years. Ossipee Concern- 
ed Citizens, Inc. will administer the funds in cooperation 
with the Selectmen and the Housing Rehabilitation Com- 
mittee. 

This housing grant is the first of several grants 
targeted for various areas of the town. The monies will be 
available to homeowners through direct grants, and low or 



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no interest loans. Those homes within this first targeted 
area showing the greatest health and safety deficiencies 
will be top priority. 

Community Development plans for 1985 include sub- 
mitting an application for the funding of a feasibility study 
for the Center Ossipee Downtown Re-vitalization Pro- 
gram. 

Fifty families were recipients of toys and food baskets 
during the past Christmas holiday. We wish to thank Shop 
N Save, Indian Mound IGA, Ames Department Store, Sun- 
ny Villa, and Indian Head Bank for their generous dona- 
tions. Thanks go also to Jack Fogarty and the OCC staff for 
their roles as Santas Elves. 

The staff and members of the Indian Mound Golf Club 
are given special thanks for their sponsorship of a highly 
successful fundraiser for our organization. 

The Board of Directors of Ossipee Concerned Citizens, 
Inc. have actively, efficiently, and with great enthusiasm 
provided a basis on which to insure the success of this 
organization. 

We are proud of the above achievements, and are 
grateful to the selectmen and residents of the town for 
their dedication and support in a combined effort to im- 
prove the quality of the town. 

Respectfully submitted, 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
Executive Director 

o.c.c. 



83 



OSSIPEE WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Ossipee: 

The year of 1984 has been one of finishing projects. 
Both water and sewer contracts have drawn to a close. 
Presently the two systems are serving (130) homes and 
businesses for wastewater, and over (300) services with 
water. We are looking forward to the remaining sewer con- 
nections to be completed this year. 

Other work performed in 1984 included replacing over 
400 ft. of 2" water line with a new 6" water main on Dore 
Street, and completing a concrete block intake house and 
new roof located at the reservoir. 

Our 1985 Budget asks for funds for completing the 
Dore Street replacement work and adding one fire hydrant 
on the new water main, as well as doing extensive repair to 
the Reservoir Dam on Valley Rd., and replacing a few 
bothersome water services. 

This year during the summer and fall the Water 
Department will be taking a survey of usage and outlet 
count, as the last one was taken five years ago. We are 
pleased to report that the 1985 Budget asks for no increase 
in Water or Sewer Rates. 

In the last few years this department has become very 
aware of the serious and weighty responsibility that the 
water supply and sewer services require. To those who 
support us in this efffort of town service, at this time we of- 
fer a well earned thank you. 

ROLAND C. STOCKBRIDGE 

Supt. Water & Sewer Department 



84 



OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 

To the Selectmen and citizens of Ossipee: 

This year has seen a rise in emergency calls by as 
much as 10% over last year. This increase exhibits the 
growing need to maintain a continuous program for 
upgrading standards of training and equipment. 

This past Spring, three of our members attended and 
completed the National Registry Emergency Medical 
Technician program, thus adding to the high quality of 
trained personnel for the Ossipee Rescue Squad. 

Through our monthly E.M.S. meetings at Huggins 
Hospital, and with the help of the doctors and nurses there, 
we are kept abreast of new techniques in emergency 
health care as well as special problems encountered on 
emergency reponses, discussed at the meetings. 

Looking to the future, we have a problem not uncom- 
mon to many small towns throughout the state, that is the 
fact that our nearest hospital is about 20 miles away. We 
are now working with Huggins Hospital to provide pro- 
tocols for the use of advanced life support equipment for 
better stabilization of a patient on the scene. 

As always I would like to extend my appreciation to all 
my fellow members of the Ossipee Rescue Squad and to 
the citizens of Ossipee for their complete support of our 
program. 

Respectfully submitted, 
WAYNE K. ALESKA 
Captain, Ossipee Rescue Squad 

SUMMARY OF RESPONSES FOR 1984 

Cardiac Emergencies 31 

Medical Emergencies 123 



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Vehicle Accidents 43 

Fire Responses 10 



Total 207 

OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 

Treasurer's Financial Report 
1984 

*Bal. on hand 1/1/84 (remainder of $1500.00 borrowed from 

Don. Acct.) $1,333.60 

Receipts: 

Town Appropriation $9,000.00 

^Donations Account 1,500.00 

Interest 118.12 

Medical Transfers Inc. 160.00 



Total $12,111.72 

Expenditures: 

Building: $2,722.06 

General Maint. $75.87 

Elec. garage door opener 595.00 

Emer. heating repair 329.95 

Heat 976.60 

Electricity 305.09 

Communications $1,440.37 

Mobile & portable radio 

& scanner repair $442.98 

New equipment 578.95 

Truck radio repair 

& improvement 418.44 

Insurance: $2,656.00 

Workers' compensation $1,631.00 

Mal-practice 294.00 

Business auto & liability 731.00 

Bank s/c .75 

Gasoline 233.95 

Medical supplies (oxygen tubing & 

masks, bandages, dressings, etc.) 1,127.45 

Mutual Aid dues 100.00 



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Oxygen 


282.71 


Postage 


7.00 


Stationery 


11.25 


Telephone 


210.52 


Clothing allowance 


1,298.39 


Training 


87.50 


Vehicle 


322.52 


Non-medical (Coat lettering, backboards, 




SKED.etc.) 


811.48 



Total Expenditures $10,872.40 

Balance on hand 12/31/84 $1,239.32 

From $1,500.00 borrowed from Donations acc't in 1984 

Respectfully submitted, 

PAUL HOWE 

Treasurer, Ossipee Rescue Squad 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 1984 
DONATIONS ACCOUNT 



Blanace on hand 1/1/84 




$3,243.11 


Receipts: 




$1,607.34 


Interest 


$72.18 




Donations 


997.11 




Fund raising 


284.44 




Telephone deposit refund 


253.61 




Expenditures: 




$2,821.97 


Transferred to Town account 


$1,500.00 




Fire coats 


1,073.26 




Kitchen supplies (coffee, etc.) 


22.90 




Fund raising 


225.81 




Total Receipts 




$4,850.45 


Total Expenditures 




$2,821.97 



Balance on hand 12/31/84 $2,028.48 

Respectfully submitted, 

PAUL HOWE 

Treasurer, Ossipee Rescue Squad 



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REPORT OF THE TOWN FOREST FIRE 
WARDEN AND STATE FOREST RANGER 

Our first forest fire prevention law was enacted by our 
State Legislature 90 years ago. This early law set in place 
a cooperative forest fire prevention and suppression effort 
between city and town governments and state govern- 
ment. It simply stated that no open fire could be kindled, 
when the ground is free of snow, without the written per- 
mission of the town/city Forest Fire Warden. This law also 
stated that anyone kindling a fire without written permis- 
sion shall be liable for the damage caused and subject to a 
$1000 fine. 

During the past 90 years, this law has worked so well 
that it has remained unchanged. All open fires when the 
ground is not covered with snow must be authorized by the 
local Forest Fire Warden. Persons kindling a fire without 
a permit when one is required are liable for damages caus- 
ed, fire suppression costs and subject to a $1000 fine. 

This cooperative fire prevention law has contributed 
significantly to our nationally recognized annual forest 
fire loss record. 

1984 STATISTICS 

State District City/Town 

No. of Fires 875 34 

No. of Acres 335 39 

E. SVEN CARLSON CLARENCE E. PALMER 

Forest Ranger Forest Fire Warden 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ending December 31, 1984 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 

Cash on Hand $5,164.53 

From Others: 

Lawyers Fund 1,139.01 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 14,702.38 



Total Assets 


$21,005.92 


Grand Total 


$21,005.92 


LIABILITIES 




Bills Owed by Precinct 




Dennis Hurd Contractors Inc. 


$2,700.00 


Unexpended Appropriation 




for Lawyer 


1,139.01 


Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


14,702.38 


Total Liabilities 


$18,541.39 


Liabilities (Surplus) 


2,464.53 


Grand Total 


$21,005.92 



SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Not submitted, available for inspection from Precinct 

Clerk 

RECEIPTS 

Current Revenues: 



From Taxes: 


$38,159.00 


From Other Sources: 




Town of Ossipee 


$ 59.45 


Insurance Reimb. 


768.91 


Reimb. for service 


443.00 


Sale of property 


140.00 


State of N.H. (B.P.T.) 


1,351.48 


Total Receipts 


$40,921.84 


Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 


1,595.73 



Grand Total $42,517.57 

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PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses 



Hydrants 


$3,965.00 


Street Lights 


8,139.07 


Precinct Expenses 


15,356.95 


Maint. -Water Rights 


202.14 


Snow Removal 


330.00 


Maint. -Building 


2,463.53 


Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


2,595.73 


Capital Outlay: 




Equipment 


4,300.62 


Total Payments 


$37,353.04 


Cash on Hand End of Year 


5,164.53 


Grand Total 


$42,517.57 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 
INDEBTEDNESS 

Long Term Notes 

Outstanding -0- 

Bonds Outstanding -0- 

Total Long Term 
Indebtedness 

December 31, 1984 -0- 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt - 
December 31, 1983 -0- 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY PALMER 

Treasurer 
Jan. 24, 1985 



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BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Hydrants 
Street Lights 
Precinct Expenses 
Maint. Water Rights 
Snow Removal 
Maint. - Building 
Capital Outlay - Equipment 
Capital Outlay - Truck 
Capital Reserve Fund - 
voted from surplus 

Total Appropriations 
or Expenditures 



Commissioner's 


Recommended 


Budget 


by Budget 


Current 


Committee 


$4,160.00 


$4,160.00 


9,000.00 


9,000.00 


14,250.00 


14,250.00 


500.00 


500.00 


600.00 


600.00 


5,000.00 


5,000.00 


5,500.00 


5,500.00 


64,000.00 


64,000.00 


2,464.53 


2,464.53 


$105,474.53 


$105,474.53 



SOURCE OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 

Surplus voted to Offset 

Cap. Res. Approp. 
State of N.H. (BPT) 
Amounts Raised by Issue 

of Bonds or Notes 
Withdrawals from Capital 

Reserve Funds 



Total Revenues Except 

Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be Raised by 

Precinct Taxes 



Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes 



$2,464.53 
1,351.00 


2,464.53 
1,351.00 


4,9000.00 


4,9000.00 


15,000.00 


15,000.00 


$67,815.53 


$67,815.53 


37,659.00 


37,659.00 



$105,474.53 $105,474.53 



Budget Committee: 
RALPH P. DUBE 
BARRY D. ROLLINS 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
ISAAC BUSWELL, JR. 
W. F. WITHERELL 
KEITH BROWNELL 
GERARD R. BERGERON 
CHRISTINE POWERS 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1984 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 
Cash on Hand $ 368.00 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 30,903.30 



GRAND TOTAL 




$31,271.30 


LIABILITIES 


i 




Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 




$30,903.30 


Excess of Assets over Liabilities 






(Surplus) 




368.00 


GRAND TOTAL 




$31,271.30 


SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 


West Ossipee Fire Station 






Land 


$10,000.00 




Building 


60,000.00 


$ 70,000.00 


Jewell Hill Station 






Land 


$ 1,000.00 




Building 


25,000 


26,000.00 


Engine #1 




70,000.00 


Engine #2 




48,000.00 


Tank #1 




30,000.00 


Tank #2 




10,000.00 


Air System 




12,000.00 


Aux. Equipment 




25,000.00 


Furniture not on Vehicles 




4,000.00 


Total Valuation 




$295,000.00 


Current Revenues : RECEIPTS 






From Taxes 


$43,765.00 




From Other Sources: 






State of N.H. 


1,222.64 




Insurance 


40.00 




North Conway Bank 


125.08 




TOTAL RECEIPTS 




$45,152.72 


GRAND TOTAL 




$45,152.72 



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PAYMENTS 

Current Maintenance Expenses 

Heat $ 1,175.19 

Electric 1,194.40 

Gasoline 446.54 

Telephone 451.13 

Insurance 3,183.00 

Maintenance 

Building 300.30 

Vehicles 2,437.00 

Aux. Equipment 2,148.31 

Services 400.00 

Training 146.00 

Mutual Aid 600.00 

Payments on Notes 10,642.90 

Payments to Capital Reserve 

Fund 16,428.22 

Interest Paid 588.09 

Capital Outlay 4,643.64 

Total Payments $44,784.72 

Cash on Hand End of Year 368.00 

GRAND TOTAL $45,152.72 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 
As of December 31, 1984 

Long Term Notes Outstanding 

Total Long Term Indebtedness - Dec. 31, 1984 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1983 -0- 

Outstanding Long Term Debt — 
December 31, 1984 -0- 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

FREDERICK W. WATSON 
February 3, 1985 Clerk-Treasurer 



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1984 BUDGET OF THE WEST OSSIPEE 

FIRE PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 



Heat 

Electric 

Gasoline 

Insurance 

Telephone 

Mutual Aid 

Maintenance 

Buildings 

Vehicles 

Aux. Equipment 

Services 
Training 

Capital Outlay - Equipment 
Capital Reserve Fund 

to be raised by taxation 

Total Appropriations 
or Expenditures 



State of N.H. 

Amounts Raised by Issue 

of Bonds or Notes 
Withdrawals from Capital 

Reserve Funds 

Total Revenues Except 

Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be raised 

by Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and 
Prencinct Taxes 

Date Feb. 13, 1985 
Budget Committee: 
RALPH P. DUBE 
BARRY D. ROLLINS 
DONNA E. SARGENT 

CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATIONS VOTED 

This is to certify that the information contained in Column 4, Ap- 
propriations voted at Precinct Meeting, was taken from official records 
and is complete to the best of my knowledge and belief. 



Commissioner's 

Budget 

Current Year 


Recommended 

By 

Budget 

Committee 


$1,300.00 

1,200.00 

500.00 

3,500.00 

450.00 

600.00 


$1,300.00 

1,200.00 

500.00 

3,500.00 

450.00 

600.00 


300.00 

3,200.00 

2,500.00 

400.00 

300.00 

174,575.00 


300.00 

3,200.00 

2,500.00 

400.00 

300.00 




30,000.00 


$188,825.00 


$44,250.00 


ND CREDITS 

Estimated 

Revenue 

By Commissioners 


Estimated 

Revenue 

By Budget 

Committee 


$1,200.00 


$1,200.00 


114,575.00 




30,000.00 




$145,775.00 


$1,200.00 


$43,050.00 


$43,050.00 


$188,825.00 


$44,250.00 


ISAAC BUSWELL, JR. 
W. F. WITHERELL 
KEITH BROWNELL 
GERALD A. BERGERON 
CHRISTINE POWERS 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1984 



ASSETS 

Cash on Hand 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 



$5,206.82 
5,642.07 



Total Assets 


$10,848.89 


Grand Total 


$10,848.89 


LIABILITIES 




Bills Owed by Precinct: 




Bills owed on Insurance Claim 


$1,615.17 


Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 


5,642.07 


Total Liabilities 


$7,257.24 


Liabilities (Surplus) 


3,591.65 


Grand Total 


$10,848.89 


SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 


Land & Buildings : 




Firehouse & Land 


$44,500.00 


Furniture & Apparatus : 




Trucks & Tanks 


98,000.00 


Fire Fighting Equipment 


38,000.00 



Total Valuation 



$180,500.00 



RECEIPTS 



Current Revenues: 

From Taxes 

Revenue Sharing 
From Other Sources: 

Interest on Deposits 

Sale of Property 

Insurance Payment for 

Damage to bldg. & truck 



$35,663.00 
496.01 

280.96 
424.29 

8,720.13 



100 



Refund 34.00 

Receipts Other Than Current Revenue: 
Notes Issued During Year 15,000.00 

Withdrawal from Capital 

Reserve Fund 10,000.00 



Total Receipts 


$70,618.39 


Total Cash on Hand Beginning of Year 





Grand Total 


$70,618.39 


PAYMENTS 




Current Maintenance Expenses 




Insurance 


$2,877.00 


Electricity - Fire Station 


780.42 


Fuel Oil Fire Station 


1,079.26 


Telephone 


360.38 


Maintenance - Station 


1,932.25 


Clerk - Treasurers Exp. 


276.78 


Street Lights 


2,808.27 


Model B Restoration 


2,000.00 


Mutual Aid Dues 


600.00 


Firemen's Reimbursement 


4,250.00 


Fire Chief's Expense 


500.00 


Firemen's Expense 


858.79 


Maintenance Fire Trucks 


3,328.13 


Maintenance Fire Equipment 


847.79 


Maintenance Communication 


755.87 


Building Repairs - Insurance Damage 7,104.96 


Payment on Notes 


4,200.00 


Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


1,500.00 


Interest Paid 


1,243.34 


Capital Outlay 




Coats - Boots, Etc. 


3,095.44 


Construction 


25,012.89 


Total Payments 


$65,411.57 


Cash on Hand End of Year 


5,206.82 


Grand Total 


$70,618.39 



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SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 

INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1984 

Long Term Notes Outstanding: 
Wolfeboro National Bank (E2) $16,800.00 
Indian Head Bank Building 15,000.00 



Total Long Term Notes Outstanding $31 ,800.00 



Total Long Term Indebtedness - 
December 31, 1984 $31,800.00 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt - 
December 31, 1983 $21,000.00 

Long Term Notes Issued 15,000.00 



Total $15,000.00 



Total $36,000.00 

Long Term Notes Paid $4,200.00 



Total $4,200.00 

Outstanding Long Term Debt - 
December 31, 1984 $31,800.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this 
report was taken from official records and is complete and 
correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. 

WILLIAM A. HUNT 
Treasurer 
Date: 2/11/84 



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BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 

LIGHT & POWER PRECINCT 

APPROPRIATIONS OR EXPENDITURES 





Commissioner's 


Recommended 




Budget 


By 


1 


Current Year 


Budget 




Committee 


Insurance 


$4,000.00 


$4,000.00 


Electricty - Fire Station 


700.00 


700.00 


Fuel Oil Fire Station 


1,600.00 


1,600.00 


Telephone 


350.00 


350.00 


Maintenance Fire Station 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


Clerk - Treasurer's Expenses 


300.00 


300.00 


Street Lights 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


Road sign maintenance 


50.00 


50.00 


Bicentennial 


200.00 


200.00 


Mutual Aid dues 


600.00 


600.00 


Firemen's Reimbursement 


4,250.00 


4,250.00 


Fire Chief's expense 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Fireman expense 


750.00 


750.00 


Maintenance fire trucks 


7,500.00 


7,500.00 


Maintenance fire equipment 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Maintenance communication 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


Capital Outlay - Equipment 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


Principal of Debt 


9,200.00 


9,200.00 


Interest on Debt 


2,099.50 


2,099.50 


Capital Reserve Fund - to be raised 






by taxation 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


Capital Reserve Fund 






voted from surplus 


3,591.65 


3,591.65 


Total Appropriations or 






Expenditures 


$48,691.15 


$48,691.15 


SOURCES OF REVENUES AND CREDITS 






Estimated 


Estimated 




Revenue 


Revenue 




By 


By 




Commissioners 


Budget 
Committee 


Surplus Voted to Offset 






Cap. Res. Approp. 


$3,591.65 


$3,591.65 


Business Profit Tax 


450.00 


450.00 


Total Revenues Except 






Precinct Taxes 


$4,041.65 


$4,041.65 



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Amount to be Raised 
by Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and 
Precinct Taxes 



$44,649.50 $44,649.50 



$48,691.15 $48,691.15 



Date: Feb. 13, 1985 
Budget Committee: 
RALPH P. DUBE 
BARRY D. ROLLINS 
DONNA E. SARGENT 
ISAAC BUSWELL, JR. 
W. F. WITHERELL 
KEITH BROWNELL 
GERARD R. BERGERON 
CHRISTINE P. POWERS 



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